Get AutomationDirect DINnector products in smaller quantities

AutomationDirect now offers popular screw terminal blocks, ground terminal blocks, supplementary protectors, end brackets, and DIN rail in smaller quantities than previously.

07/01/2010


Select DINnector Products Available in Smaller QuantitiesAutomationDirect  offers a selection of popular screw terminal blocks, ground terminal blocks, supplementary protectors, end brackets, and DIN rail in smaller quantities.

DINnector resettable supplementary protectors are now available in single-piece and 20 packs. Supplementary protector prices start at $10 for single pieces.

A selection of screw-type terminal block sockets for the protectors, with and without LED indicators, can now be purchased in both five-packs and 50-pack quantities, starting at $7 for a five-pack. Terminal block spacers and separators are available in 10-packs and 50-packs, starting at $3.

Grounding terminal blocks that accept six to 10 AWG wires are available in quantities of 10 and 50, starting at $24 (10/PK).

DIN rail can now be purchased in packs of two as well as boxes of 10. The 1-meter pieces start at $6 for a two-pack. End brackets are also available in 10-packs and 50-packs, starting at $6.50 (10/PK). The company made the announcement June 23, 2010.

To view the full line of Dinnector terminal blocks and accessories, visit: www.automationdirect.com/terminal-blocks .

AutomationDirect, based in Cumming, GA, says it sells more than 8,500 products through its Online Automation Superstore and 2,200-page catalog. The company says its automation products are often priced below the industry average, with 24-hour order entry and same-day shipping on in-stock items, outstanding sales and technical support, and a 30-day money-back guarantee on almost every product.

www.automationdirect.com

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- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering content strategist, www.controleng.com.



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